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Loading Table Of Contents Stowe's teen-age daughter, in a letter telling of the tree the family decorated in , wrote that the doll was dressed in white gauze ''with gilt spangles and a gilt band around her head and a star on her forehead and a long gilt wand with a star on the end and gauze wings spangled with gold. She was placed in the top of the tree with her wand pointing to the presents on it.
A six-foot fir tree is set up before the rear window in what was the Stowe family's back parlor. It is decorated with 19th-century ornaments and, at the top, a fairy doll as Mrs. Stowe's daughter described it. The McCook family, who lived in what is now the last 18th-century residence in Hartford, celebrated Christmas in the 's with a day that began early in the morning, ''when the older children with difficulty feasted upon their Christmas goodies only with their eyes,'' according to the diary of the Rev. John J. This was because they had first to drive by sleigh or buggy, depending on the weather, across the Connecticut River to take communion.
Their father, Mr.
According to the diary, each child on awaking found a stocking, tied at the top with brown string, that ''bulged'' with a lump of sugar, a candy cane, an apple or an orange, an animal cracker, and always, a small ''mystery package. The tree in the north parlor of the Butler-McCook House, at Main Street, is set on the same box-stand that was first used by the family in the 's.
As it was then, the box today is covered with brown paper. The small tree is decorated with handmade ornaments and tiny candles, and at the top, a small star. Only after dinner, served at about 2 P. Please upgrade your browser. See next articles.
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